Alberto Cerda
Ford Foundation

Alberto J. Cerda Silva is Global Program Officer for Internet Rights and Access at Ford Foundation’s Technology and Society Program, working on supporting organizations advancing internet policies from a social justice and human rights viewpoint in the Global South, specially in Latin American and African countries. He is also a tenured professor in law and technology at the University of Chile Law School. Previously, he served as a legal adviser on internet regulation, personal data protection, and intellectual property to several governmental agencies, intergovernmental bodies, and civil society organizations. He was a founding member of ONG Derechos Digitales, a Chilean civil society organization that promotes and defends human rights in digital environments through Latin America. As a former Fulbright Commission scholar, he holds a doctoral degree from Georgetown University with a dissertation on human rights, copyright, and internet regulation in Latin America.

Steering Committee
Lucía Abelenda
Lucía Abelenda

Fundación Avina

Gabriela Hadid
Gabriela Hadid

Luminate

Sara Fratti
Sara Fratti

Fundación Avina

Alberto Cerda
Alberto Cerda

Ford Foundation

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